Richard Schulman's Photographs

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April 20, 2010
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  Warhol. This was my original assignment. Then I shot Basquiat. Basquiat and Warhol together was the icing on the cake. Andy shared one of the great business lessons with me and I have never forgotten the symbolism in his words.
     This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Warhol. This was my original assignment. Then I shot Basquiat. Basquiat and Warhol together was the icing on the cake. Andy shared one of the great business lessons with me and I have never forgotten the symbolism in his words.  
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  SANAA, the 2010 Recipients of the Pritzker prize. The duo Ryue Nishizawa and Kazuyo Sejima recently designed the New Museum in New York.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    SANAA, the 2010 Recipients of the Pritzker prize. The duo Ryue Nishizawa and Kazuyo Sejima recently designed the New Museum in New York.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Philip Johnson in his Glass House. Philip was the first recipient of the Pritzker Prize award. I think it is the only photograph in which you see Philip in the house and the house in its entirety.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Philip Johnson in his Glass House. Philip was the first recipient of the Pritzker Prize award. I think it is the only photograph in which you see Philip in the house and the house in its entirety.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  The Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Frank Gehry—A true masterpiece, originally designed before [the Guggenheim in] Bilbao.

I have photographed Frank Gehry a few times. The true gentleman who becomes more like a beautiful wine through the ages.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    The Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Frank Gehry—A true masterpiece, originally designed before [the Guggenheim in] Bilbao. I have photographed Frank Gehry a few times. The true gentleman who becomes more like a beautiful wine through the ages.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Oscar Niemeyer has only one freestanding building in the United States, and it's this home in Los Angeles. It's now owned by the Boyds. This home sits between Spanish-style mansions in Brentwood, California.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Oscar Niemeyer has only one freestanding building in the United States, and it's this home in Los Angeles. It's now owned by the Boyds. This home sits between Spanish-style mansions in Brentwood, California.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Luc Tuymans. When I photographed him he was up-and-coming. Today he is a most sought-after painter—museums galore want to collect him.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Luc Tuymans. When I photographed him he was up-and-coming. Today he is a most sought-after painter—museums galore want to collect him.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  This Niemeyer home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was designed for Niemeyer as his own residence; it's one of the great Modernist homes of South America.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    This Niemeyer home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was designed for Niemeyer as his own residence; it's one of the great Modernist homes of South America.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Richard Meier, another Pritzker Prize winner, at his home in East Hampton.
     This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Richard Meier, another Pritzker Prize winner, at his home in East Hampton.  
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Jean Nouvel, the Pritzker Prize-winning architect who defines creative masterpieces, like his new design for the Louvre in Abu Dhabi.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Jean Nouvel, the Pritzker Prize-winning architect who defines creative masterpieces, like his new design for the Louvre in Abu Dhabi.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Louise Bourgeois: Wow. Certainly outlived them all! The Grand Dame of the Art World. She really wanted me to shoot her in this Caftan, one of her personal favorites. She was a tough love, smart and intuitive.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Louise Bourgeois: Wow. Certainly outlived them all! The Grand Dame of the Art World. She really wanted me to shoot her in this Caftan, one of her personal favorites. She was a tough love, smart and intuitive.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  The Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.

This was for a book, a wonderful experience with the design of automobiles and a modern Frank Lloyd Wright-like design by Ben van Berkel of UN Studio. One of those assignments in which I could develop both a taste for the architect’s appreciation of automobiles, and the museum itself.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    The Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. This was for a book, a wonderful experience with the design of automobiles and a modern Frank Lloyd Wright-like design by Ben van Berkel of UN Studio. One of those assignments in which I could develop both a taste for the architect’s appreciation of automobiles, and the museum itself.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Oscar [Niemeyer], another Pritzker Prize winner, is 103 years old today. He is the last of the Modernist geniuses. Like most of the architects I have shared time with, he is a prince to be around.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Oscar [Niemeyer], another Pritzker Prize winner, is 103 years old today. He is the last of the Modernist geniuses. Like most of the architects I have shared time with, he is a prince to be around.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Paulo Mendes da Rocha, a great character and also a Pritzker Prize winner, designed this entrance to the subway in Sal Paulo, Brazil. I am not sure if it is the photographer or Mendes that created this dramatic affect.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Paulo Mendes da Rocha, a great character and also a Pritzker Prize winner, designed this entrance to the subway in Sal Paulo, Brazil. I am not sure if it is the photographer or Mendes that created this dramatic affect.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Deborah Berke designed this beautiful example of a modernist home in the 21st century.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Deborah Berke designed this beautiful example of a modernist home in the 21st century.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Philip Johnson on his New Canaan property, in the sculpture gallery.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Philip Johnson on his New Canaan property, in the sculpture gallery.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  A Rick Joy-designed home in the desert of Arizona.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    A Rick Joy-designed home in the desert of Arizona.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Santiago Calatrava’s Milwaukee Museum. It is such a rewarding experience to watch the Museum fly. You know, it has wings, and people wait for hours to appreciate this engineering moment.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Santiago Calatrava’s Milwaukee Museum. It is such a rewarding experience to watch the Museum fly. You know, it has wings, and people wait for hours to appreciate this engineering moment.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Isamu Noguchi. This 1982 photograph was my last black-and-white photograph, or it is the last that I remember, anyway. We were like water and oil in his studio, but when it came time for him to choose from thousands of images for a mini Pace Gallery retrospective, he chose this image. One of my proudest moments.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Isamu Noguchi. This 1982 photograph was my last black-and-white photograph, or it is the last that I remember, anyway. We were like water and oil in his studio, but when it came time for him to choose from thousands of images for a mini Pace Gallery retrospective, he chose this image. One of my proudest moments.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  Fernando Botero. I have had the privilege of photographing Botero in his homes or studios in France 1984, New York 1990, and Italy 1997, all for assignments. The pictures have been published worldwide since 1984.    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    Fernando Botero. I have had the privilege of photographing Botero in his homes or studios in France 1984, New York 1990, and Italy 1997, all for assignments. The pictures have been published worldwide since 1984.
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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  [Another shot of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, shot in 1984.]    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
    [Another shot of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, shot in 1984.]
    This originally appeared in Richard Schulman.
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